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A One-Night Stand Takes A Disturbing Turn In 'Berlin Syndrome'

In Cate Shortland's new film, an Australian woman traveling abroad becomes the captive of a mysterious stranger. Critic Justin Chang says Berlin Syndrome is a gripping character study.

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A One-Night Stand Takes A Disturbing Turn In 'Berlin Syndrome'

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